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ince August 2008 the banks of the Deschutes River in the Old Mill District in Bend come alive for one of the premier fine art shows in the country. For the past decade, Art in the High Desert (AHD) has been nationally recognized with some significant accolades. For the second year in a row AHD was ranked tenth in the nation (out of 600 shows reviewed) for sales. This ranking makes AHD the only show in the Pacific Northwest to be in the “Elite 25” for 2018, and the only “small town” show. (Source: Art Fair Source Book) The show has consistently risen to top ranking among art festivals around the nation. Dave Fox and his wife Carla founded the festival with a simple vision: to bring truly original thought and intent, going beyond the expected, fine art and craft to Central Oregon. Along with bringing over 115 elite artists and an influx of visitors and art collectors to Bend, the nonprofit show is produced by an all volunteer collection of artists and

art patrons. AHD is one of the local organizations recognized for the positive cultural tourism impact they have in Central Oregon. This year’s premier show and sale of juried fine art and craft is set for August 2426. Fifteen categories of art will be represented including painting, wood work, glass, photography, wearables, ceramics, jewelry, sculpture and more. This is a unique opportunity to visit with, see and buy original art from some of the top artists in North America, including some from here locally in Central Oregon. artinthehighdesert.com On the Cover: Art in the High Desert artists ~ (L-R, Top to Bottom) ~ aerial photo by Ross Chandler, sculpture by Danae  Bennett Miller,  mosaic glass  art by Kate Kerrigan, painting by  JanyRae  Seda, sculpture by Darryl Cox, painting by  Taman Vanscoy, wood by  Thom  Marchiana, painting by  Tim Weldon, ceramics by Annie Chrietzberg, sculpture by Kim Chavez, non-wearable fiber by Beth Poirier and son Tom and painting by Rachel Harvey.

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july 6 Alleda Real Estate 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 1 alledarealestate.com Watercolor might be an unlikely media for artist Deni Porter because of her desire for saturated color. However, with the use of a glazing process (thin layers of translucent color one upon the other), she can make her paintings “sing” with color. The artist adds further texture and interest to her pieces by using colored pencils. The overall effect is alive with color and emotion. Painting subjects range from whimsical animals and beautiful outdoor scenes of Central Oregon to the streets of downtown Bend. Porter also provides commissioned realistic paintings of pets and children. The result is a family heirloom to cherish for years to come. Porter, who received her degree in art from the University of California in the mid-seventies, regularly displays art at the Artists Gallery in Sunriver. Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing 550 NW Franklin St. Art in the Atrium, Franklin Crossing, features noted Bend artists Mark Edward Fuller’s New Coordinates and Randal Fyfe Leigh’s Parietal Art and Petroglyph Suite through July 29. The artists will attend the July 6 public opening. Mark Edward Fuller, recognized throughout the Northwest, presents, New Coordinates, a series of my recent paintings Untitled I by Mark Edward Fuller dealing with chaos and confusion in a search for unity and integration in the modern world, I wrestle with time and memory, facts and fiction, and present the viewer with clues, templates and examples of my quest for balance.” Randal Fyfe Leigh also shows his unique Parietal Art and Petroglyph Suite in the Franklin Street hallway. Through this suite of large scale sculpture, the artist shares his admiration for “the interaction of nature’s geologic artistry and man’s earliest connection with his own imagination and creative impulse.” During First Friday, Noi Thai serves wine and appetizers and the Tommy

Leroy Jazz quartet entertains. Billye Turner, art consultant, organizes art events for Franklin Crossing with info at 503-780-2828 and billyeturner@bendnet.com. BEND ART CENTER 550 SW Industrial Way, Ste. 180 541-330-8759 • bendartcenter.org Artists scale down to create Small Prints on display through July 26 with First Friday reception on July 6 from 5-9pm. Bend Art Center’s second biennial Small Prints ‘18 exhibition opens this Like Plywood Diptych (Study of Harmaria) June with 66 small prints created by 39 by John Bergmeier artists from across the United States. This year’s exhibit was juried by Jill AnnieMargaret, head of printmaking at Boise State University. The juror selected Karl LeClair of Boise, ID for the Best in Show award. Le Clair will receive a two-week artists residency at Playa at Summer Lake. Carol Levin of Fairfield, CA received the Gamblin Inks Award, and Julie Winter of Bend received the McClains Printmaking Award. desperado a boutique Old Mill District 330 SW Powerhouse Dr. • 541-749-9980 Presenting a summer installation of paintings by Central Oregon artist Barbara Slater.

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ae@cascadeae.com from scenes in Central Oregon and across North America. John Paul Designs Custom Jewelry + Signature Series 1006 NW Bond St. 541-318-5645 • johnpauldesigns.com Specializing in unique, one of a kind wedding and engagement rings in a variety of metals. Karen Bandy Design Jeweler 25 NW Minnesota Ave., Ste. 5 541-388-0155 • karenbandy.com Tucked between Thump coffee and Alleda Real Estate, Karen Bandy a Central Oregon national/international award-winning jewelry designer and abstract painter, specializing in custom design in downtown Bend since 1987. Her designs are bold, fun and very wearable. Open Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 11:30am-5pm, First Fridays and by appointment. Layor Art + Supply 1000 NW Wall St., Ste. 110 541-322-0421 • layorart.com Layor’s July First Friday is featuring the work of Zach Filkins. Filkins who was born in Eugene, has lived all over the world and now calls Bend his home. His background is in graphic design but have always been drawn to the traditional arts ins tread. After years of trying all sorts of mediums, Zach now works primarily in Oil. In his July show for Layor, he will be bringing a body of work that explores floral design. From late pieces in realism, to smaller pieces honing in on different aspects of plants and flowers. It’s a celebration of all things floral: from the intricacy of an entire plant t the simplicity of a single color.

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Mary Medrano Studio 25 NW Minnesota Ave., #12 408-250-2732 marymedrano.com Step away from the crowds and relax in an art studio that is filled with the latest works by Mary Medrano. Located above Thump Coffee and across from the Oxford Hotel in the heart of downtown is a hidden gem of a studio. Stop in and see what’s new.

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Lubbesmeyer Studio & Gallery Old Mill District, second story loft 541-330-0840 • lubbesmeyer.com The Lubbesmeyer twins offer a range of work created in fiber and paint. Through the twins’ collaborative process, they distill literal imagery into vivid blocks of color and texture, creating an abstracted view of their surroundings. Working studio/gallery open Tuesday thru Saturday.

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Legum 922 NW Bond St. Up and coming talent, Oregon artist Marigny Goodyear will display her series, Naturals: Inescapable Inscapes of the Ocean Obsessed, at Legum Design in Bend Oregon through the month of July. An artist and surfer, Marigny’s passion for the ocean influences her practice of paper cutting and abstract expressionism, always leaning towards the aquatic. The natural link between her two loves, art and ocean, are expressed in this series as abstract seascapes, shown both above the surface, and submerged in the depths.

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Mockingbird Gallery 869 NW Wall St. 541-388-2107 • mockingbird-gallery.com Please join us at Mockingbird Gallery on First Friday, July 6 from 5-9pm to celebrate our show, Beyond the Surface, featuring the works of Steven Lee Adams and Liz Wolf. We will have wine and jazz music provided by the Ryan Camastral Trio. Cher will offer samplings of her locally-made Cada Dia cheese and the artists will be here. This show will run through July. Steven Lee Adams strives to portray an elusive feeling of timelessness that lies beneath the surface of what may seem commonplace...introspective paintings, urging us to look deeper for the subtleties of nature around us, and the complex world of emotion within each of us. Liz Wolf ’s sculptures depict horses, dogs and crows reminiscent of the minimalist, elegant stone works of the Inuit, a Northwest Coast Native American tribe. Traces of southwestern Native American culture also weave through her artwork. North Soles Footwear 800 NW Wall St. 541-312-8566 North Soles Footwear on Wall Street in Bend will host an art display of paintings by Barbara Slater and Vivian Olsen, two well-known artists in Bend. With a passion for color Barbara Slater enjoys painting bright and beautiful flowers and animals using oils or acrylic paints on canvas. Art is Barbara’s breath and passion. She says, “I believe that an artists’ final work is a depiction of his or her impressions, emotionally, physically, intellectually and above Fruit Shop, Italy by Vivian Olsen all, artistically. I paint what I love. I try to paint passionate paintings…. not just workable paintings, I feel a heartfelt connection to my work.” Vivian Olsen will be displaying townscapes of her travels in Italy and France as well as some wildlife animal portraits. Living in Central Oregon Vivian paints many bird and mammal portraits animals using either pastels or watercolor. She creates vibrant paintings that capture an animal’s behavior and personality and make them seem to come alive. She says, “I paint what I love, especially wild animals that give me a sense of peace and joy.” This exhibit will be showing at North Soles Footwear through July and August in downtown Bend. Both artists are members of the High Desert Art League and their paintings may be seen on highdesertartlsegue.com.

Oxford Hotel 10 NW Minnesota Ave. 541-382-8436 The Oxford Hotel presents Susan Busik’s colorful acrylic paintings Magical Reality, continuing through August 31. Busik will attend the champagne opening on First Friday, July 6 from 5:30-7:30pm. Busik’s whimsical, intricately patterned paintings allegorically express her Mexican cultural heritage. In the tradition of Mexican Folk Art, the artist reveals the perceived world through magical elements. Billye Turner, art consultant, coordinates the Oxford Hotel exhibition schedule. For additional information please contact her at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@ bendnet.com. Peterson/Roth Gallery 206 NW Oregon Ave., Ste. 1 541-633-7148 petersonroth.com • thegallery@petersonroth.com Peterson/Roth Gallery is proud to continue our 2018 season and our second year by sharing with you some of the talented work of the 19 artists we represent. Our artists represent Maine to California, including Central Oregon, of course. The gallery will be hung with fresh art for First Friday, which opens on July 6 from 5-9pm. Please come on down and join us for some wine, cheese and fun. A few of the artists will also be on hand to answer any questions you might have. We are located beneath Silverado, next to Bend Alterations. Just follow the black staircase railing to find us! This presentation will hang through the month of July. Peterson/Roth strives to cultivate a welcoming environment; to connect artists and the public. We are Bend’s only modern/contemporary gallery and are thrilled to provide this community with an alternative option for their art needs.

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Red Chair Gallery 103 NW Oregon Ave. 541-306-3176 • redchairgallerybend.com July at the Red Chair will focus on new works by Sue Lyon-Manley, Deb Borine and Suzy Williamson. Manley will introduce mixed media into her plein air paintings for a fresh new look. Borine’s use of fused glass creates “paintings” through layering and fusing a variety of glass products with magical results. Artwork by Sue Lyon-Manley

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ae@cascadeae.com Williamson, a master at her craft, creates jewelry designs that are sleek and modern offering something for every style and pocketbook. Sage Custom Framing & Gallery 834 NW Brooks Street 541-382-5884 sageframing-gallery.com Two artists are featured at Sage Custom Framing and Gallery for July’s exhibit, Patricia Markle and Gallery owner Denise Rich. The exhibit runs July 5-28 with a reception on First Friday, July 6 from 5-8pm. For the past few years, Markle’s Pastel by Pat Markle focus has been on creating a series of figurative paintings in oil and pastel. In this new series she welcomed the challenge to work with a live model as much as possible either through actual sittings or support photographs. She also welcomed the challenge to paint in a more contemporary style, stepping out of a classical tradition, while capturing the model’s gesture and expression. Very recently, Markle began experimenting with a totally different approach- abstraction. Instead of portraying an object or figure in front of her based on what she saw, it became an internal dialogue, one that was personal and unpredictable. She will be showing a few of these abstracts, a number of figurative works and two landscapes from a previous series. The focus of Rich’s work in the show is watercolor. Although working in several different mediums when getting the chance, this wet and fluid medium has always been her favorite. Drawing inspiration from nature, subject matter tends to focus on intimate observations from Entwined by Denise Rich the landscape. Twisted branches or roots, the colorful changing of Autumn leaves, or close-up explorations of exotic flowers are likely subjects to catch the eye of this artist. Rich’s interpretations of these and other subjects are included in the show. Townshend’s Tea Company 835 NW Bond St. Batik Artist Barbara Holmes Exhibits at Townshend’s in July. Exhibit will run July 1-31 with an artist reception on First Friday, July 6 from 5-8pm. A mixed media artist and maker, Barbara Holmes explores the world of fiber and mixed media art through batik, creating art pieces that combine

her passion of both media. Holmes artwork brings forth recycled forms and elements from the forest floor to give them new life. Working with canvas, decoupage, and batiked fabric Holmes creates unique abstract and whimsical pieces. Tumalo Art Company Old Mill District 541-385-9144 • tumaloartco.com July featured artist at Tumalo Art Co. is Janice Druian with exhibit High Desert Light. Janice Druian’s exhibit of new oil paintings, High Desert Light, opens at Tumalo Art Co. July 6, from 4-8pm during the First Friday Gallery Walk in Early Morning by Janice Druian Bend’s Old Mill District. Award-winning Central Oregon artist, Janice Druian has been capturing the dramatic light as seen in the high desert for many years. Traversing the back country in her tiny trailer with husband and dogs, there is no scenery that touches her soul more than the high plateaus of Central and Eastern Oregon and Northeastern California. Her focus in these paintings are the fleeting moments at sunrise or sunset when the oblique light creates a special magic often referred to as the “golden hour.” Usually accompanied by dramatic cloud formations, these landscapes offer endless inspiration and capture the essence of the western high desert. The Wine Shop 55 NW Minnesota Ave. thewineshopbend.com • sagebrushersartofbend.com The Wine Shop’s July exhibit features the work of SageBrushers artists, Sue Lefferts and Anne Perce. Sue describes herself as a new artist who fairly recently decided that it is time to re-explore and nurture her creative side. After joining SageBrushers she began taking acrylic painting classes. She draws inspiration from the natural world and is especially fond of the works of early western landscape artists such as Maynard Dixon as well as many of the Impressionists. Anne says she must have been born with a crayon in one hand and a brush in the other. As a young child she was enrolled in art classes and through the years had many different avenues to pursue artistic endeavors. Now she tends toward a more impressionistic style of painting because she loves the simplicity of it, how light affects the subject and the challenge of combining beautiful colors. Sea View by Sue Lefferts

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in the Franklin Street hallway. Through this suite of large scale sculpture, the artist shares his admiration for “the interaction of nature’s geologic artistry and man’s earliest connection with his own imagination and creative impulse.” Leigh’s chosen title of parietal art broadly refers to cave paintings, drawings and carvings on the interior of caves. His shows representations of these ancient art forms with his works Bovem de Antiquis de Villefranche and Sky Beings and other works. He depicts a petroglyph in his Pacific Current. All may also appear at www.asitisabove.com. The artist laboriously constructed these realistic sculptures of hardened 3D foam core, carved to resemble weathered rock faces, painted to depict both hues of the rock and ancient artwork. He's honed his innate artistic ability with some 40 years of work in Los Angeles. In L.A., he created backdrops, sets and props for live audiences and film productions Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, the Jay Leno Tonight Show and many others, winning two Emmy Awards in the process (for more info see David Jasper’s June 14 interview in the Bulletin’s GO! or the Cascade A&E June issue). Now residing near Bend, Leigh speaks of his admiration of the vistas of Central Oregon or Monument Valley where one experiences great vastness, yet an intimacy. He notes, “Especially, when in that vastness, you discover small but mysteriously elegant testimony to beginnings of that same appreciation etched in or stained on stone, outlasting its creators but resonating through time.” Herein he describes humanity’s fascination, through time, with the geologic and animal world of which we are a part. Billye Turner, art consultant, organizes art events for Franklin Crossing with info at 503-780-2828 and billyeturner@bendnet.com. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018

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end metalsmith Suzy Williamson has been creating hand fabricated jewelry for over 20 years. Incorporating her love of texture, her work has a clean modern style. “I love simplicity of line and color combined with texture. I use a variety of techniques to create textures that I love." Her inspiration comes from repetitive shapes in her visual world — a window screen, pebbles in a stream, the grain in wood, and lately, enlarged photos of diatoms. These images and impressions are translated to metal in several ways. Recently she began using a fusing technique which joins metal by melting opposing surfaces together without the use of solder. It has allowed her to add more high karat gold to her silver designs. Reticulation, a process of melting metal to create a beautiful texture of peaks and valleys, is also a newer technique that she has incorporated into her work. “Reticulation can be controlled to a certain extent but you cannot replicate a specific pattern and the results are always a surprise. That truly makes each piece a one-of-a-kind." Suzy has also started etching sterling silver for yet another way to add interesting texture. The metal is acid etched using a process that lets her use her own photos, images and drawings as a resist to the acid. Brass is another metal that can be etched for use in a technique called roll printing. Etched brass plates are used to impress other metals by running both metals through a rolling mill. The texture from the brass is then imprinted onto the opposing metal. All of Suzy’s pieces are made by hand, one at a time. “I like things that are handmade and have a handmade look. They’re not perfect. Even when I repeat a design they are never exactly the same."

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Suzy is a member of the Central Oregon Metal Art Guild and Portland’s Creative Metal Arts Guild. Her work can be found at Red Chair Gallery in Bend or on her website www.suzywilliamson.com


Art at the Oxford

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he Oxford Hotel presents Susan Busik’s colorful acrylic paintings Magical Reality, continuing through August 31. Busik will attend the champagne opening on First Friday, July 6 from 5:30-7:30pm. Busik’s whimsical, intricately patterned paintings allegorically express her Mexican cultural heritage. In the tradition of Mexican Folk Art, the artist reveals the perceived world through magical elements. Mystical, yet realistic, renderings of juniper trees in early morning light join her imagery. In addition, the artist exhibits her traditional magical forests with butterflies and hummingbirds surrounded by over scale flowers of brilliant color symbolizing spirit’s presence in our material world. Busik, self-taught in Mexican Folk Art, painstakingly expresses the complexity of the folk art’s design and color throughout the artworks. Billye Turner, art consultant, coordinates the Oxford Hotel exhibition schedule. For additional information please contact her at 503-780-2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com.

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Capturing Life with Art by JACQUELINE NEWBOLD

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sing a warm and colorful palette, Jacqueline Newbold’s watercolor paintings often depict the dramatic skies over the Oregon Cascade Mountains, fields of red poppies, or charming European café scenes. Much of Newbold’s inspiration comes from her travels. She takes along a few painting supplies and her art journal, exploring imaginative ways

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to combine watercolor with mixed-media. Spending time creating in her art journal is her favorite artistic outlet. “Art journaling to me is not so much about making art but recording my

life in a colorful way. My journals are a place where I can experiment with different art mediums, sort things out, write about my life, my emotions, my adventures, and travels. I play with color, sketch, doodle, take notes, make lists, add inspiring quotes, and write about my day. The process is fun, and I love it when the result surprises me. In 1991 I started taking a watercolor journal and a few art supplies when traveling on family vacations. I found it was an expressive way to document my journey. Over the years my journals have evolved from a collection of simple watercolor paintings to complex pages filled with artistic imagery, mixed media, and paintings. The mixed media is how I develop textured backgrounds for sketches, paintings, writings, mini-collages, photos, and poetry.” Jacqueline is the president of the High Desert Art League, a member of the Red Chair Gallery, and the Oregon Watercolor Society. She shares her passion for watercolor painting and art journaling by teaching at her private studio in Tumalo. Her paintings and journals have been featured in national art publications and she has written many articles about the fun of recording life in an art journal while traveling. She has conducted watercolor workshops in France and Italy. Her next overseas workshops are in Orvieto, Italy, September 2018 and Provence, France May 2019. If you are interested in joining her on a watercolor adventure, email her at newbold0505@ Travel journals, photos courtesy of Jacqueline Newbold bendbroadband.com. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018 15


Mark Shelton, Contemporary Native American Artist

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ark Shelton creates intense color fields and textures by layering bits of exotic papers in the construction of his Native American subjects. His distinct collages are further enhanced with boldly applied acrylics. Mark’s pieces reflect moments of traditional identity—offering a prayer, weaving a blanket, reflecting upon sacred waters. Born and raised in Illinois, Mark began making art of one kind or another as a small child, stating, “I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t creating artwork.” He first came to know about “Indians” through Hollywood movies. As a child, he hadn’t been told his grandmother was Seneca since children of mixed heritage frequently weren’t made aware 50 years ago. Some realizations, however, seem destined. Mark found himself identifying with Indian ways, stereotyped as they were. As young boys, when Mark and his cousin played Cowboys and Indians in mock battles, they always embraced the Indigenous side. His cousin, though an adopted child of Italian heritage, began claiming and insisting he was Comanche. Mark was an adolescent before his father told him of his immediate ancestry. The reason for the long wait was due to the verbal abuse his great grandparents and then paternal grandmother had endured throughout their lives. Mark moved to Oregon in 1984, where he began studying all Native American Peoples. Moving to New York City to attend art school, Mark graduated with honors from the Pratt Institute in 1991. He then returned to Artwork by Mark Shelton Oregon and began a career in earnest as a painter of Native American subjects. Chief Cliff Snider (Gray Wolf ) recommended, and the Chinook Tribe ceremonially bestowed, the title of Honorary Chinook Tribal Artist upon Mark in 2006. The Native American art world holds a number of annual shows and markets that showcase artists. Two of them are juried and are considered preeminent venues, The Santa Fe Indian Market in New Mexico and The Heard Show in Phoenix, Arizona. Mark has shown in both, receiving an award at The Heard. He has been represented by one of the nation’s finer galleries, Wiford, on the elite Canyon Road of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Internationally, Mark’s works are represented in the Italian village of Vernazza, part of the ultra-picturesque Cinque Terre Coast. One art critic has described Mark’s strength’s as knowing “how to balance brilliant colors with brilliant colors in order to achieve a shimmering allure” in his works. Today, artwork is a key component for confirming, demonstrating, and celebrating the identity of many tribes, including those with Federal recognition and reservation lands. For tribes without Federal recognition, such as the Chinook, they are even more reliant upon this method of expression to help preserve their identity and culture. Mark Shelton, of the Seneca People and also Honorary Chinook Tribal Artist, embraces his duty and ardently endeavors. Mark will be holding a show in Sisters July 27-29, with an Artist Reception on Friday from 4-7pm. His new works will be on display at Raven Makes Gallery.

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umalo Art Co. is launching their Artists in Action event July through September. Artists will be painting plein air nearby in the Old Mill District and demonstrating both inside and outside the gallery two Thursdays a month, beginning with July 12 and 26 from 10am to noon. The three-month series will culminate with an October show exhibiting the art created during the event. “Summer mornings are a wonderful time to be in the Old Mill District painting near the river and flowers…or wherever we decide is a good spot. There’s plenty of parking at 10am," says Susan Luckey Higdon. The artists will be offering a ten percent discount on their art sold between 10am and noon on the Thursdays they are demonstrating. On July 12 Bruce Jackson will present an artist 16 July 2018 | www.CascadeAE.com

talk at 11am and July 26 Danica Curtright will be demonstrating making Moretti glass beads for her jewelry both in the morning and from 4-6pm, Dorothy Freudenberg will give an artist talk about digital media and Helen Brown will demonstrate her watercolor batik technique, while Shelli Walters works in multi-media onsite. Both mornings a variety of artists will be painting plein air and demonstrating outside the gallery including Janice Druain, Sarah B. Hansen, Susan Luckey Higdon, Judy Hoiness, David Kinker, Mary Marquiss, Katherine Taylor and Marty Stewart. For more information call 541-385-9144. See the full schedule at www.tumaloartco.com. Tumalo Art Co. in located in the heart of the Old Mill District right by Greg Congleton’s heroic-sized horse sculpture Charlie

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Nambe Prayer Plume 30” x 30” Exotic Papers and Earthen Materials over Stretched Canvas, Acrylic Paint

Pondering Crater Lake 48” x 60” Exotic Papers and Earthen Materials over Stretched Canvas, Acrylic Paint

Chinook-Seneca Painter in person Show

Dreamweaver 30” x 48” Exotic Papers & Earthen Piegan Girl (with Play Materials over Stretched Canvas, Acrylic Paint Tipi) 24” x 18” -same- July 27 – 29 Artist Reception 4 – 7pm Friday Raven Makes Gallery 182 E Hood Ave Sisters, Oregon


Moving Freely Between Representation & Abstraction by KEN MARUNOWSKI

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ow you see him, now you don’t! Not your normal disappearing act, Bend artist Ken Marunowski may be spotted painting along the Deschutes River, up in the mountains, or in the local neighborhoods of Bend. When you don’t see him, he is likely working in his studio on some large-scale abstractions to be displayed at the Peterson Roth Gallery that represents him. April was a big month for Ken: He not only made a mixedmedia painting that was awarded the official selection for the Sunriver Music Festival’s 41st anniversary poster, but also painted a violin for the Cascade School of Music’s annual fundraiser that sold for $500 at a silent auction! These charitable donations are among his most “realistic” and accord with his plein air (in open air) paintings that also seek to capture a likeness of the motif before him. “When it’s important to capture a likeness of something, I certainly am Sunriver Music Festival 41st Anniversary Poster able to do so, but I also love to push my art into unknown regions of abstraction that yield rather unexpected results.” Ken’s abstract works are quite sizeable, often 4’x5’ or 5’x6’, with his largest effort measuring a whopping 48”x96”, a piece titled Fall Fury. At 6’3” himself, Ken finds that larger canvases resonate with his physical being, allowing him to use his entire arm and the flow of his body when making marks. His

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abstractions usually begin with a vague sense of a color-scheme and a series of intuitive marks quickly strewn across the canvas. “I want to activate the entire surface as rapidly as possible, not thinking too much and allowing my instincts to guide me. Once well on its way, the painting itself often tells me what it needs, a nuanced color here or a value change there.” The difference between his representational and abstract works is time. When out in the landscape, the artist will likely complete a painting in one session. When in the studio, an abstract work may take a month or more to come to fruition. What unifies Ken’s art is his love of the mark and lush

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surfaces of paint, regardless of subject matter. The beauty of his abstractions lies in their mystery. The viewer must engage the work and try to make sense of it, which puts him or her in the active role of meaning-maker, a hallmark of quality art. In addition to his own artistic production, Ken owns a business called Spirit of Play Art where he leads groups in painting abstractly and collaboratively on a single, large canvas, efforts that foster community, team-building and creativity. He also teaches three classes a month at Layor Art + Supply and substitutes for the Bend La Pine School District. Visit www.sunrivermusic.org for tickets to Festival Faire and to view Ken’s impressive original work of art. kennethmarunowski.com Instagram accounts @kenmarunowski and @spiritofplayart to view more of Ken’s art and to sign up for your group painting event


REALITY! Season One & HAPPY CAMPERS by Bill Cravis

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urrently on exhibition at Central Oregon Community College are two new art installations by COCC faculty Bill Cravis, including ceramics and multi-channel video, at Pence/Pinckney Gallery on the COCC Bend campus. REALITY! Season One REALITY! Season One plays on the ritual of morning coffee, as it haphazardly overlaps with daily news headlines. A single banner headline from each day’s New York Times print edition — beginning January 20, 2017 and ending on January 19, 2018 — is emblazoned onto an individual coffee mug. As the months pass, the mugs diminish in size… The original spark for this project comes from personal reflections each morning as I drink my coffee and listen to familiar reports of suicide bombers, school shootings, humanitarian crises, environmental catastrophes and any number of other national and global tragedies. What startles me most is my own apparent apathy as I listen to or read the news – while simultaneously enjoying my coffee and breakfast. This type of numbness has become commonplace. The headlines on the coffee mugs record the unfolding narrative of national and world events as told by one “trusted” news source. As with a number of my previous works, Noam Chomsky’s ideas provide critical insight. Chomsky refers to the New York Times (NYT) as “the agenda-setting liberal media,” pointing out that the NYT’s archives “is the place where people will go to find out what happened… therefore it’s important that the history be shaped in an appropriate way.”

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HAPPY CAMPERS Random success or failure of the musical round is a key metaphor contained in HAPPY CAMPERS, because each person singing has been prerecorded in the isolation of his car. The truly communal spirit of round singing requires that numerous voices deliberately unite and interweave. Each voice in HAPPY CAMPERS exists in a vacuum, oblivious of all others. The commonplace image of a 21st century traffic jam — solitary drivers trapped in their hulking automobiles, bumper to bumper adrift in a sea of other solitary drivers — is a grand display of frustrated individuals “getting nowhere.” The iconic image of expressway gridlock has been deemed an appropriate metaphor for the shortcomings of Capitalism, a system in which the individual is preoccupied solely with his own advancement, to the detriment of any significant collective gain. The motorists of HAPPY CAMPERS are twice trapped: first, within the confines of their autos and again within the isolation of separate video monitors. HAPPY CAMPERS is a conceptually layered project that playfully examines the alienating role of the automobile in our complex age. Many of us have personal ideals that place high value on the natural environment — at a time when climate change poses a growing threat — but the realities of contemporary life do not always permit us to act in accordance with our ideals. We find ourselves in rush-hour traffic, alone in our automobiles, adrift in a sea of other motorists. The prevalence of cars occupied by solitary drivers during peak commuting hours is a problem that most motorists are aware of, but feel personally incapable of alleviating. Hence, stop-and-go traffic conditions occupy the realm of collective denial…”What problem?” At these times, stuck in a thruway logjam, the lyrics ring eerily true: … Life is But a Dream… HAPPY CAMPERS exhibition through July 31.

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ARTS A6 Studio Art Sale at Bend Art Center Saturday, July 28 • 10-6pm & Sunday, July 29 • 12-5pm

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t happens just once a year. Artists from the A6 Print Studio at Bend Art Center clean out their flat files and discount scores of hand-pulled, original prints. Find etchings, woodcuts and monotypes in a range of sizes. Snap up unique art by local artists at affordable prices. Bend Art Center is located next to Gear Fix and Immersion Brewing in the Box Factory.

Bend Art Center 550 SW Industrial Way, Suite 180 541-330-8759 • bendartcenter.org

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BEND EXHIBITS BEND SENIOR CENTER 1600 SE Reed Market Rd, Bend Bend Senior Center is showing rotating works by the 100+ members of the SageBrushers Art Society. Included are beautiful paintings in acrylic, oil and watercolor as well as outstanding photography. Showing through July.

An Old Castle Stairs by Sue Vordenberg

DEWILDE ART & GLASS 321 SW Powerhouse • 541-419-3337 Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm Handmade stained glass windows, doors and hanging works of art.

COCC 2600 NW College Way Two new art installations by COCC faculty Bill Cravis, including ceramics and multichannel video, at Pence/Pinckney Gallery on the COCC Bend campus. REALITY! Season One plays on the ritual of morning coffee, as it haphazardly overlaps with daily news headlines. A single banner headline from each day’s New York Times print edition — beginning January 20, 2017 and ending on January 19, 2018 — is emblazoned onto an individual coffee mug. As the months pass, the mugs diminish in size… Happy Campers exhibition. A four-channel video installation Random success or failure of the musical round is a key metaphor contained in HAPPY CAMPERS, because each person singing has been prerecorded in the isolation of his car. The truly communal spirit of round singing requires that numerous voices deliberately unite and interweave. Each voice in HAPPY CAMPERS exists in a vacuum, oblivious of all others. HAPPY CAMPERS exhibition through July 31. REALITY! Season One courtesy of COCC

HIGH DESERT MUSEUM 59800 S Hwy. 97 541-382-4754 • highdesertmuseum.org In the early 1900s, pioneers arrived in the High Desert by the hundreds, drawn by the promise of free land. They didn't expect to abandon their homes within 10 years. See

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imagery of their decaying homesteads, vanished town sites and more in the new exhibit High Desert Dreams: The Lost Homesteads of the Fort Rock Basin. The exhibit shares the beautiful black-and-white photography of Rich Bergeman from the Fort Rock area of Eastern Oregon. It's on now through October 14. Photo courtesy of High Desert Museum The current exhibit showcasing the dynamic history, evolution and culture of climbing and mountaineering in the West, Ascent: Climbing Explored tells the story of how technology pushed the sport to new heights over several decades, explores the geology of the High Desert region and shares the vibrant culture climbers cultivated along the way. The exhibition takes an incredible journey back in time, tracing modern-day climbing to its early mountaineering roots, when people began exploring peaks in pursuit of scientific discovery. It explores the rise in mountaineering expeditions that followed as people began to climb for the sheer joy of it and the development of rock climbing. Along the way, it highlights technical advances from evolving shoe styles to the advent and improvement of safety gear. Ascent is an informative, interactive exhibition that has something for all ages. Visitors will not only learn about the history of climbing, but will explore artifacts from different time periods, get a unique look inside the sport’s unique culture and test their skills with ropes and knots. Exhibition runs through September 3. RODES-SMITHEY STUDIO 19007 Innes Market Rd. 541-280-5635 • rodes-smithey.com Showing mixed media, paintings, metalwork and sculpture from Randy and Holly Smithey. SAGEBRUSHERS 117 SW Roosevelt Ave, Bend SageBrushers Art Society presents their All Member Exhibit July 6-August 31. Come and enjoy this display of talent by community members. The SageBrushers gallery is open Wednesday and Friday, 1-4 pm. ST. CHARLES MEDICAL CENTER - BEND 2500 NE Neff Rd. 541-382-4321 • scmc.org • ksbashore@msn.com Rotating local artists.


Sisters Folk Festival Presents 2018 Summer Concert Series at Fir Street Park

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isters Folk Festival (SFF) is pleased to announce the 2018 Summer Concert Series at Fir Street Park. The three-show series is free to the public and will be presented on Thursday evenings, July 26, August 2 and August 16; and is sponsored in part by First Interstate Bank. On July 26, Grammy-nominated bluegrass band Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper will perform. Michael is one of the premier bluegrass fiddlers of his generation and, with 10 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Fiddle Player of the Year awards under his belt, he is the most awarded and celebrated fiddler in the history of the genre. Cleveland plays with so much fire, drive and virtuosity that audiences are often left shaking their heads in amazement. Together with his band, Flamekeeper (four-time IBMA Instrumental Band of the Year Award winners), Cleveland delivers some of the most powerful, exciting and authentic bluegrass you can find. After picking up the fiddle at age four, Michael’s musical momentum began to propel him forward towards early success. At age nine, Michael was invited to sit in with the legendary Bill Monroe at the Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival. Soon after, he brought his virtuosic style to the Grand Ole Opry as a guest of Alison Krauss, and was hand-picked for the IBMA Bluegrass Youth All-Stars before he was 14. His blistering prowess and technical fluency have since marked him as a sought-after musician, leading to performances with Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Tim O’Brien, J.D. Crowe and the New South, Andy Statman, and The Kruger Brothers in recent years. It wasn’t until 2006, when Michael formed his own band Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, that he found the right vehicle for his musical vision, and he hasn’t rested since, constantly looking for new ways to push himself and his music forward. On August 2, The Lost Bayou Ramblers will perform, hot off their Grammywinning album Kalenda, awarded Best Regional Roots Music Album in 2018. Lost Bayou Ramblers’ evolution as a “perversely progressive” band rooted in Cajun traditions continues to excite, challenge, and redefine genre expectations as well as cultural preconceptions. Their new album celebrates the complex history and cultural diversity of Kalenda — a Caribbean dance, a Louisiana rhythm, a Cajun rock’n’roll song and eventually a woman’s name — that crossed both the blackwhite and Creole-Cajun divides in so many forms. This lineup of eclectic Louisiana musicians led by brothers Louis Michot (fiddle and lead vocals) and Andre Michot (accordion and lap steel), joined by Bryan Webre (electric bass), Johnny Campos (electric guitar), Eric Heigle (electronics and acoustic guitar) and Kirkland Middleton (drums) brought the cumulative experience of 17 years of touring, recording and collaborating to bear on Kalenda’s creation with intoxicating results. On August 16, the revered traditional Irish band Altan will play in Sisters for the first time. With their exquisitely produced award-winning recordings, ranging dynamically from the most sensitive and touching old Irish songs, all the way to hard-hitting reels and jigs and their dynamic live performances, Altan has moved audiences worldwide. In 2017, lead singer, fiddler and broadcaster Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh received the Gradam Ceoil TG4 award for Traditional Musician of the Year, the premier award in the field. These awards are given on the basis of achievement, excellence and creativity. Altan plans to conduct a workshop on Irish music earlier in the day in Sisters. Altan has always believed that Irish traditional music is a modern music in every sense and its growing influence and popularity have proved them right. Altan continues fresh in their vision of bringing the beauty and joy of traditional music to audiences everywhere. SFF encourages patrons to bring blankets and low-back chairs, as seating is not provided. All shows start at 6:30pm, are free and open to the public and picnics are encouraged. The Fir Street Park venue is located in downtown Sisters at 150 N Fir St. For SFF 2018 Summer Concert Series and artist information, please visit sistersfolkfestival.org Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018

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Hey Adults, Let’s Rock Out through July at Deschutes Public Library

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Wednesday, July 11 at noon – La Pine Library | 16425 First Street, La Pine Wednesday, July 11 at 6pm - Downtown Bend Library |601 NW Wall St. History’s Favorite Rocks From Plymouth Rock to the Hope Diamond, Deschutes Public Library’s very own community librarian Nate Pedersen explores history’s famous rocks. Monday, July 16 at 6pm – Downtown Library | 601 NW Wall St. Tuesday, July 24 at 6pm – Redmond Library | 827 SW Deschutes Ave. Five Moons and a Rare Bird Musical Performance From infancy to adulthood and into old age, songs about the moon comfort and inspire. Enjoy listening to haunting “moon songs” both familiar and global! Yolanda Alicia will sing songs from Brazil, Venezuela, Mexico and the U.S. Cellist Billy Mickleson brings his unique arrangements and creative style of accompaniment. A bit of this presentation will be a sing-along. A display of moon-inspired children’s books and poetry will be on view. Wednesday, July 18 at 6pm – Downtown Bend Library | 601 NW Wall St. Two-Necked Guitar Player Mark Kroos plays two guitar necks at the same time. Originally from Lansing, Michigan, but currently based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Kroos is one of the only people in the world touring his trade. His primarily instrumental style is characterized by open harmonies, polyphonic textures, and tapping technique, and is as entertaining to watch as it is to listen to. Live performances burst with energy and magnetism not typical of solo guitar music. Tuesday, July 24 at noon Sisters Library | 110 N Cedar St. Tuesday July 24 at 6pm Annual Downtown Library | 601 NW Wall St. Wednesday, July 25 at noon Sunriver Library | 56855 Venture Lane Here Comes Everybody: Songs from Shakespeare What happens when Shakespeare’s words meets piano rock? Play: Songs from Shakespeare is a CD release that combines words from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Romeo & Juliet put to sophisticated songwriting of Burnin’ Moonlight * Buffalo Kin * Coyote Willow Band piano rock that only Here Comes Everybody * Down Range * Downtown Mountain Boys * can deliver. Here Comes Everybody was conceived by founding members Michael Keening Foxhounds * Misty Mamas * Slipshod * Jarmer and René Ormae-Jarmer in 1986 and has been rocking the greater Portland Whiskey Deaf * Wild Rose Trail * and the Pacific Northwest ever since.  Saturday, July 28 at noon - East Bend Wheeler County Ramblers and more! Library | 62080 Dean Swift Rd. Saturday, July 28 at 3pm – Redmond Library | 827 SW Deschutes Ave. For more information about these or other library programs, please visit the library website at www.deschuteslibrary.org.

et ready to rock with us this summer. Deschutes Public Library is taking the summer reading theme of “Libraries Rock” and running with it. Enjoy the innovative beats of the two-necked guitar, an unbelievable one-man orchestra with Lipbone Redding and the Public (ROCK) Choir. Get down-to-Earth with gems and healing and opals. You can even play Libraries Rock Trivia; we’ll draw weekly winners of a free book for teens or adults at each library. All programs are free. DPL’s Public (ROCK) Choir Led by Sing Bend Come unleash your inner rock star and sing your face off! At the Public (ROCK) Choir you can be part of a group singing experience unlike any other in Central Oregon. Belt out rock and pop favorites, without feeling self-conscious or worried about who can hear you and who’s watching. It’s not about being a great singer, it’s about joining our collective voices and singing our faces off because it’s good for you and it feels good too. Tuesday, July 10 at 6pm – Worthy Brewing | 495 NE Bellevue Dr. Tuesday July 17 at 6pm – Wild Ride Brewing | 332 SW 5th St. Lipbone Redding Singer, songwriter, guitarist, “voice-stramentalist” and former subway musician, Lipbone Redding is an entertainer like no other. A one-man orchestra with no electronic effects, his natural human sounds of throat singing, bass and beatboxing, and his astonishingly realistic lip-tromboning are a must-experience piece of entertainment. 

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WHEELER COUNTY BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL 2018 July 6 - 8 Fossil, OR

camping * jamming * parade Friday 2pm

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High Desert Chamber Music Awarded a Matching MUSIC Grant Opportunity from the Starseed Foundation

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igh Desert Chamber Music (HDCM) has been offered a repeat matching grant opportunity from the Starseed Foundation. This is the second year the foundation will match up to $5,000 of funds raised from other sources. The Starseed Foundation seeks to provide opportunities and exposure to the arts and environment, to improve the quality of life for those in need and to support social programs that offer cultural and lasting benefit to deserving populations. HDCM has begun a Starseed Foundation Matching Funds Campaign. Any contribution will go toward reaching this matching challenge. “We are very fortunate to receive this repeat challenge from The Starseed Foundation. We have just concluded our landmark tenth anniversary season, and will be announcing the exciting lineup for our next season shortly,” states Executive Director Isabelle Senger.

Donations can be made on their website, by phone or mail. All donors receive recognition in the program, as well as invitation to the Annual Contributor reception. HDCM is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) and a qualifying organization for the Oregon Cultural Trust. High Desert Chamber Music’s mission is to bring world class chamber music and musicians to Central Oregon. They present an acclaimed series of classical chamber music concerts, ranging from piano duos to string sextets. They offer an exciting roster of professional performing artists and are proud to be a local organization presenting a national level of excellence. Tickets and more information are available by phone or online through High Desert Chamber Music. 961 NW Brooks St. (Downtown Bend) 541-306-3988 • info@highdesertchambermusic.com

Newberry Event Music & Arts Festival Headlines Lettuce!

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he sixth Newberry Event Music & Arts Festival—Fundraiser to Defeat Multiple Sclerosis is an outdoor ticketed three-day festival; a fun summer getaway with free tent camping, and RV sites available. It’s familyfriendly with teen tickets and kids under 13 free. With over 20 bands on two rotating stages, the lawns, shady aspens and pines at DiamondStone Guest Lodge, adjacent to Quail Run Golf Course, create a beautiful outdoor concert venue. The theme is live music variety with many genres. Relax in lawn chairs or dance in the grass right in front of the performers. Speaking of dancing, this year the stunning Huecha Omeyocan Aztec dance troupe will perform, as well as mingle with attendees, sharing their history and culture. This will be a weekend of vibrant, high energy, positively-messaged performances. Lettuce headlines Saturday night. On a west coast tour, the Newberry Event is an Oregon exclusive performance. Con Brio warms up the Saturday crowd. The festival brings National touring acts to Southern Deschutes County. Pimps of Joytime headlines Friday night. Other artists featured will be the Shook Twins, identical twins Katelyn and Laurie Shook, with dreamy harmonies and HONEYHONEY’s alternative bluegrass folk. Just some of the other bands this year are The Stone Foxes from San Francisco with rock and roll for a new generation, Five Alarm Funk from Vancouver, B.C, American troubadour John Craige from L.A. and Pat Simmons Jr. (son of Doobie Brothers Pat Sr.) a multiinstrumentalist from Maui. With a myriad of vendors—great food (breakfast too), local brewery beers, Kombucha, cider and distillery drinks, you’ll find everything you need for the day or weekend. You’ll also enjoy a silent auction of incredible fine art and merchandise, homemade arts and crafts. This is a limited ticketed fundraising festival that feels like a private party. Tickets on sale now at newberryevent.com.

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July Concerts at Les Schwab Amphitheater

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REDMOND COMMUNITY CONCERT ASSOCIATION

Season Subscriptions Selling Fast ! Oct 7, 2018 Michael Kaeshammer, Pianist & Singer Nov 4, 2018 Christopher Hall & the Comic Quartet Feb 10, 2019 Viva Trio, Popera

Mar 10, 2019 Catapult, Shadow Dancers Apr 7, 2019 Six Appeal, a Cappella Visit redmondcca.org for a preview video and to order tickets Subscriptions sell out, so order now 6:30 PM tickets are still available Performing Arts Theatre Ridgeview High School, Redmond Call RCCA at 541 350-7222

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he 2018 summer lineup of music at Les Schwab Amphiteater is the largest to date. With a total of 16 shows throughout the summer, this season will bring a broad spectrum of music and entertainment to reach fans far and wide.

Jackson Browne - July 24 Jackson Browne, who has written and performed some of the most literate and moving songs in popular music, is headed to Bend’s Les Schwab Amphitheater on July 24. Except for a brief period in NYC in the late 1960s, Jackson, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2007, has always lived in Southern California. His debut album came out on David Geffen’s Asylum Records in 1972. Since then, he has released 14 studio albums and four collections of live performances. His most recent studio album, Standing In The Breach, is a collection of ten songs, at turns deeply personal and political, exploring love, hope and defiance in the face of the advancing uncertainties of modern life. Browne is known for his advocacy on behalf of the environment, human rights and arts education. He’s a co-founder of the groups Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) and Nukefree.org and a member of the ocean advocacy group, Ocean Elders. In 2002, he was the fourth recipient of the John Steinbeck Award, given to artists whose works exemplify the environmental and social values that were essential to the great California-born author. He has received Duke University’s LEAF award for Lifetime Environmental Achievement in the Fine Arts, and both the Chapin-World Hunger Year and NARM Harry Chapin Humanitarian Awards. In 2004, Jackson was given an honorary Doctorate of Music by Occidental College in Los Angeles, for “a remarkable musical career that has successfully combined an intensely personal artistry with a broader vision of social justice.” Sheryl Crow - July 25 Touring on the tails of her ninth album Be Myself, a collaboration between herself and longtime producer Jeff Trott, Sheryl Crow journeys back to her roots with an introspective look at her early work. Her single Alone In The Dark is a throwback to early in her career, light and catchy and undeniably fun. The pop star has earned nine Grammys over the span of her career, along with five Platinum albums and more than 35 million album sales. Her single All I Want To Do propelled her 1993 debut album Tuesday Night Music Club to Double Platinum. This will be Crow’s first show back in Bend since playing the Les Schwab Amphitheater in 2015. The Decemberists - July 26 The Decemberists explore a new sound with a new producer on their inspired eighth studio album I’ll Be Your Girl, which will be released March 16 on Capitol Records. The acclaimed Portland, Oregon-based band worked with producer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Lana del Rey) and embraced influences such as Roxy Music and New Order to spark a new creative path, as can be heard on the synth-driven lead single Severed, which is available today to stream or download. The band has announced the first dates of their Your Girl / Your Ghost 2018 World Tour, which kicks off March 22 and includes concerts the Chicago Theater (April 10), Ryman Auditorium in Nashville (April 13 & 14), The Anthem in Washington DC (April 21), Red Rocks in Colorado (May 22), Celebrate Brooklyn ( June 13), and the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend ( July 26). The Decemberists have also announced the second coming of Travelers’ Rest, a twoday festival curated by the band that will take place August 4-5 at the Big Sky Brewing Company Amphitheatre in Missoula, Montana. Photos courtesy of Les Schwab Amphiteater

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MUSIC July Preview: Bernstein Celebration Brings Musical Stars to Central Oregon this August

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unriver Music Festival’s 41st season has an impressive lineup of soloists that are coming to Central Oregon to honor America’s preeminent composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein. The Festival, running August 10-22 in Sunriver and Bend, is joining orchestras around the nation in celebrating the 100th birthday of Bernstein. MOUNTAIN DULCIMER MASTER STEPHEN SEIFERT Stephen is one of the most unique artists this season to grace the festival stage. An American folk musician and virtuoso Appalachian dulcimer player, Stephen has released many educational videos about dulcimer playing. He teaches and performs with orchestras around the country and will be featured at the Sunriver Music Festival in the “Blackberry Winter” dulcimer concerto on Wednesday, August 15 at the Sunriver Resort’s Great Hall. CLARINETIST BENJAMIN LULICH Benjamin Lulich is Principal Clarinet of the Seattle Symphony and of the Sunriver Music Festival. He has also held positions in many orchestras throughout the country and performs with the Hollywood Studio Orchestra on numerous films. The recipient of many awards and prizes (including the Sunriver Music Festival's Young Artists Scholarship for six years!), Lulich studied at Interlochen Arts Academy, Cleveland Institute of Music, and Yale School of Music. Benjamin will be the featured soloist in the Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A major on Sunday, August 12 at the Sunriver Resort’s Great Hall. PIANIST DREW PETERSEN 24-year-old Drew Petersen is the winner of the 2017 American Pianists Awards and the Christel DeHaan Fellowship of the American Pianists Association. At age five, he presented at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and by age ten he was performing a solo recital at Steinway Hall for the company’s 150th Anniversary. Drew was a prizewinner in the Leeds International Piano Competition, the Hilton Head International Piano Competition, Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin Competition, and the New York Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition. Drew will be the featured soloist in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue on Friday, August 10 at the Tower Theatre. PIANIST KENNY BROBERG The first musician in his family, 23-year-old Broberg won the silver medal at the 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2017. As a Cliburn medalist he has completed a recital tour in Hawaii, and returned to his alma mater, the University of Houston, for its annual Texas Music Festival. Broberg was also a prizewinner of the Hastings, Sydney, Seattle, and New Orleans International Piano Competitions. He has previously performed as soloist with the Royal Philharmonic, Minnesota, Sydney Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Dallas Chamber, Fort Worth Symphony, and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestras. Kenny will be the featured soloist in the Mozart Piano Concerto

in G major on Wednesday, August 22 and he will be the solo performer in the Solo Piano Concert on Sunday, August 19. Both concerts will be held at the Sunriver Resort’s Great Hall. INTERNATIONAL VOCAL SOLOISTS Four outstanding singers will bring vocal magic to the Festival’s Pops Concert, Friday, August 17, in Bend. They will perform stage songs with symphonic dances from these Bernstein Classics: West Side Story, Trouble in Tahiti, On the Town, and Candide. SOPRANO COURTNEY HUFFMAN is recognized as a captivating and inspiring artist and has performed worldwide including a special tour of South China. A native of Redmond, Oregon, and an award-winning artist, she has sung with the Long Beach Opera, the Center of Contemporary Opera in Avignon (France), the Center for Contemporary Opera, Intimate Opera Company, Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra, and the Aspen Opera Theater. MEZZO-SOPRANO HANNAH PENN enjoys a diverse career as a performer of opera, oratorio, and recital literature. Frequently praised for her musicality and the timbre of her voice, Ms. Penn has recently been called “…a major talent”, and “…an intelligent and wonderfully musical singer” by Portland’s Willamette Week. She has sung more than twenty operatic roles with Glimmerglass Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Portland Opera, Tacoma Opera, and other companies. TENOR DAVID GUSTAFSON is internationally recognized for his robust, expressive voice. He made his San Francisco Opera debut in 2010 with Placido Domingo. He has sung with the Eugene Opera, Opera San Luis Obispo, San Francisco Opera, and performed an operatic concert debut in Tokyo. A frequent oratorio singer, Gustafson has sung numerous masses. In addition, he sang the world premiere, presented by Eugene Symphony, of Robert Kyr’s Symphony No. 9 as well as its European premiere, in Denmark. BARITONE ZACHARY LENNOX has received rave reviews for his "… broad, resonant baritone that is exquisitely controlled throughout his entire range." Zachary has performed leading roles across North America. He has performed with the Portland Opera, Cascade Chamber Opera, and Tacoma Opera. He has been a young artist with the Boston Early Music Festival, Napa Music Festival, Hawaii Performing Arts Festival, the Toronto Summer Opera Workshop, and Astoria Music Festival. Want to host a musician this summer? Each August, local families in the Sunriver/Bend area open their homes to provide temporary housing for festival musicians. Many hosts are local residents who just love music and musicians. Hosting musicians is a rewarding experience and builds lasting friendships. For complete information on hosting an artist, visit sunrivermusic. org/musician-hosting. Tickets are now on sale for the season. To purchase tickets or see full details of the complete 41st season, visit the Festival website sunrivermusic.org or 541-593-9310. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018

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Three Amigos = Three Times the Laughs!

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he Tower Theatre Foundation is always in the mood for a good laugh so they’re bringing The Three Amigos out of the vault and onto the big screen Thursday, July 5 at 8pm. Join them for the screening of this classic comedy starring Chevy Chase (Dusty Bottoms), Steve Martin (Lucky Day) and Martin Short (Ned Nederlander). Written by Steve Martin, Randy Newman and Lorne Michaels (Saturday Night Live), the film follows three cowboy movie stars from the silent era who are fired after one of their movies tanks. The three cowboys accept an invitation to a Mexican village to perform their onscreen bandit fighter roles, unaware that it is the real thing, and they actually need to rid the village of bad guy El Guapo! Says Lucky Day, “In a way, all of us has an El Guapo to face. For some, shyness might be their El Guapo. For others, a lack of education might be their El Guapo. For us, El Guapo is a big, dangerous man who wants to kill us. But as sure as my name is Lucky Day, the people of Santa Poco can conquer their own personal El Guapo, who also happens to be THE ACTUAL El Guapo!” Don’t let your El Guapo be regret for missing this hilarious movie. Plus, it’ll get you fired up for Steve Martin and Martin Short’s live performance at Les Schwab Amphitheatre on the 6th. Tickets are on sale now. Membership, program information and individual and group tickets are available at the box office, by phone or online. Details on events are also at facebook.com/TheTowerTheatre. The nonprofit Tower Theatre Foundation owns and operates the historic stage in downtown Bend. The Foundation’s mission is to be the leading performing arts organization, providing cultural and education programs that make an essential contribution to Central Oregon’s lifestyle and strengthen the community. The Three Amigos Rated PG Adventure/Comedy 1hr 45min Thursday, July 5 at 8pm All Seats Reserved: $10, $15 Tower Theatre 835 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 541-317-0700 • towertheatre.org 26 July 2018 | www.CascadeAE.com

The Taming of the Shrew

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he Guerilla Shakespeare Company, in association with Stage Right Productions, are proud to present their third annual Summer Shakespeare production: The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. From the same team that brought the 2015 production of Macbeth, this year the play is set in post war America with a vibrant new twist on a classic piece.  Directed by Danielle Herron with Clinton K. Clark as Petruchio, Kit Foreman as Katharina, Cayla Clark as Bianca, Chase Johnston as Lucentio and Alastair Jaques as Tranio.  The story follows Lucentio as he and his man, Tranio, arrive in Padua and he nearly immediately falls for beautiful and fair Bianca. He wants to woo her but there’s a problem: Bianca’s shrewish sister Katharina whom their father has vowed must be married before her. Enter Petruchio, whom Bianca’s suitors pay for his services is marrying “Katherine the Curst” and taming the Shrew! But will he be able to?  This is an outdoor production and occurs rain or shine. Seating is festivalstyle; Please bring low slung chairs, blankets, etc.  Tickets available at bendticket.com. $15 advance, $17 at the door. Children ten and under free.  July 19 & 20 at Deschutes Historical Society and Museum at 7:30pm.  July 21 at Fir Street Park in Sisters at 7:30pm.  July 22 at Compass Park at 2pm.  July 26 & 27 at Deschutes Memorial Gardens at 7:30pm.  July 28 at Maragas Winery at 7:30pm. 


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Open Casting Call for Addams Family, a New Musical at 2nd Street Theater

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tage Right Productions/2nd Street Theater is holding an open casting call for the creepy and kooky October production of The Addams Family, a musical by Andrew Lippa. Based upon The Addams Family characters created by Charles Addams, this musical features an original story, and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family—a man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before—keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. Auditions: Monday and Tuesday July 16 & 17 at 7pm with callbacks on Wednesday, July 18. The directorial team consists of Sandy Klein, Scott Schultz and Nancy Scher. Performances will be October 12 through November 3. Cast requirements: Females: Morticia Addams, Wednesday Addams, Grandma, Alice Beineke Males: Gomez Addams, Uncle Fester, Lurch, Pugsley Addams, Lucas Beineke Mal Beineke Ensemble: Various Ancestors male and female. Ages range from 11-102. Auditioners are asked to prepare 32 measures of a song in the style of the show or from the show and come prepared to move. An accompanist will be at auditions, please provide sheet music. For additional information contact the box office at 541-3129626 or e mail 2ndstreettheater@gmail.com

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Come Travel Though Time & Space with BEAT Children’s Theatre

ave you ever dreamt of traveling through time or space? Why would you time travel? Where would you travel to? In A Wrinkle in Time, siblings Meg Murry, Charles Wallace and a friend, Calvin O’Keefe, must time travel in order to find Meg’s father. Throughout their mission they must fight all the evil on a mysterious planet and use good to ensure a safe return home. Along their way, the children encounter a few mysterious travelers as well, known as Mrs. Who, Mrs. Which and Mrs. Whatsit who will also help them in their safe return. BEAT Children’s Theatre is excited to present A Wrinkle in Time. This classic science fantasy novel was originally a novel published in 1962 by Madeleine L’Engle. It was originally part of a series of science fantasy called The Time Quintet and quickly became an influential and important part of American literature. Tackling real world issues such as good vs. evil, love, the power of friendship and the importance of family, there is something sure to touch each audience member. Maia Denzler debuts as Director in A Wrinkle in Time. A former BEAT alumni herself, she is now working on completing a BM in Vocal Performance and a BA in Theatre at Portland State. With the school year behind her, she is excited to be working with these amazingly talented actors and help the cast bring the mystery and fantasy of A Wrinkle in Time to the stage. Each of the ten actors in this production was selected for what they could bring to the stage and is directly influential to the story and it’s message. Maia says of this her directorial debut, “I can’t imagine a better story to get to bring to life my first time at directing. . . It is at once timeless and yet still relevant to any time you choose to examine it in. It takes you to the farthest reaches of the universe and brings you home with a greater appreciation for what home means”. Assistant Director, Maria Kramer, also has a long history of theatre work including choreography, assistant direction and teaching. She is also excited to get to be a part of this production. Wrinkle in Time Performances: July 13 - 22 2nd Street Theater Please visit tickettails.com for tickets and beatchildrenstheatre.org for more information Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018 27


LITERARY

Dreams Now on Track when 98% Have Given Up

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their dreams, but to successfully achieve them. The result of this accomplishment is her acclaimed book Go! How to Get Going and Achieve Your Goals and Dreams, released by The Publishing Circle this month and available both online and in bookstores.

ccording to Wealth Research Group, “98 percent of people die without fulfilling their dreams.” In her decades of work with women and girls, Marcia K. Morgan saw the casualties of those who gave up on their dreams. Many ended up needing the social and criminal justice services her firm offered. “I began to wonder,” said Morgan, “what it would take to turn this phenomenon around. I saw ‘dream drain’ as an area that not only deeply affected individuals but caused problems in society on many levels. “When people feel hopeless about their destiny, it can have deep emotional consequences negatively impacting relationships, health, and choices.” That observation challenged Morgan to create a way for, specifically, women and girls to embrace their dreams again. Morgan’s belief that females in particular are affected by “dream drain” bears out in a study by SK-II Global Dreams Index Survey that says “50 percent of women in the world say they’ve given up on their dreams and are unsatisfied with their lives”—and that’s long before they reach old age. In Asia, that statistic jumps to 81 percent. Over time, Morgan put her abilities as a researcher and trainer to work and began coaching women and girls on how to once again not only embrace

You’re Invited to a Book Launch Party! Please join us for a launch party and book signing during First Friday Art Walk, July 6, 5-8pm at Franklin Crossing, 550 NW Franklin Ave., downtown Bend. Stop by for music, wine, food and conversation. GO! How to Get Going and Achieve your Goals and Dreams teaches women and girls in four guided steps, how to select and display special objects that represent their goals. Through mindfulness, visualization and tenacious planning, the Goal Objects (GO!) become an empowering compass to keep a woman on the path towards her goals. Local Bend resident Marcia Morgan brings a wealth of over 40 years of experience nationally and internationally helping women and girls reach their potential. GO! is available in paperback and eBook at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and your local bookstore. marciakmorgan.com

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yrtle Point writer/author Dave Robinson has announced the release of a new book. Light Snow Falling, is the story of a teenage girl who survives a plane crash in the remote Alaskan wilderness. Set in the mountainous wilderness east of Cordova, Alaska, the story details the adventure of a 14-year-old girl who goes for a routine ride with a bush pilot when they are forced to make an emergency crash landing in a tiny mountain lake far from civilization. Robinson said he wrote the book some time back as a birthday present for his granddaughter and finally decided to seek publication. Currently available only on Amazon.com, the book retails for $9.95 and is shipped directly from the publisher. Known locally for his Disaster Preparedness columns which now appear in newspapers all across the United States, and even a college paper in Nova Scotia, Robinson is also the author of Disaster Prep For The Rest Of Us. Dave Robinson is a retired Postmaster living in Myrtle Point with his wife, Dee and two grandsons. 28 July 2018 | www.CascadeAE.com

Stoke Your Woke Author Carol Delmonico & Designer Casey Davis at the Downtown Bend Public Library July 25, 5pm

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hat is your greatest hope for the world? Stoke Your Woke is a recently released interactive journal. It was written and designed by local creative change agents, Carol Delmonico and Casey Davis. The vision behind Stoke Your Woke is to reconnect with ourselves, deepen our conversations, and create a world that works for all. During this two and a half hour event you will explore timely questions with thought provoking prompts, quotes, and images. You will connect with others through writing, listening, and sharing. The space created will allowing for everyone’s diverse perspectives to be heard with hospitality and equity. You’ll get a glimpse of what Stoke Your Woke has to offer you, and the world. We’ll end with a cheat sheet on how to join the movement to get woke! Books will be available for sale.


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INGREDIENTS (Underlined items can be found at our Savory Spice shop.) · 6 hard-boiled eggs, shelled · 1 to 2 tsp. choice of paprika-based lavors of the Middle East are trending for outdoor · 3 Tbsp. mayonnaise seasoning like: grilling this Summer Season. Using seasoning blends is · 1 Tbsp. Hot Pepper Vinegar · Cape Hatteras Smoky a great way to put a new spin on your favorite Summer Barbecue Sauce Seafood Rub recipes without adding a bunch of new and unusual spices to cabinet. My two favorites for grilling this Summer are · ¼ tsp. Salt & Pepper Tableside · Table Mt. All-Purpose your Seasoning Za’atar Seasoning and Baharat (Lebanese Seven Spice). Za’atar INGREDIENTS (Underlined items can be found at our Savory Spice shop.) Seasoning · Homestead SeasoningSeasoning is one of my favorites for Summer recipes for use in · 6 hard-boiled eggs, shelled · 1 to 2 tsp. choice of paprika-based · 3 ·Tbsp. seasoning like: 1 mayonnaise tsp. Freeze Dried Chives, plus more · Old Market All-Purposerubs Seasoning and marinades to salad dressings and grilled veggies. Za’atar · 1 Tbsp. Hot Pepper Vinegar · Cape Hatteras Smoky is a popular all purpose seasoning in many countries throughout for garnish Barbecue Sauce Seafood Rub

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the Middle East and features Sumac which has a bright fruity and citrus flavor. Baharat is another great spice blend for any kind of meat or veggies. I especially like to use this seasoning them with mayo, for Hot chicken or lamb kebabs with assorted veggies. While the Pepper Vinegar Barbecue Sauce, Salt & Pepper Tableside, and chives. Fill egg United States excels at BBQ and grilling, we did not invent it DIRECTIONS as a method withScoop the out yolkyolksmixture. Sprinkle with Slicewhite eggs in halves half lengthwise. and mix them with mayo, Hot seasoning of choice and more of cooking, so advise you to travel this Summer by trying out new flavors from around the world in the comfort of Pepper Vinegarfor Barbecue Sauce, Salt & Pepper Tableside, and chives. Fill egg chives garnish. white halves with the yolk mixture. Sprinkle with seasoning of choice and more your own backyard chives for garnish. Matthew Perry YIELD Spice Merchant YIELD

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SUNRIVER EXHIBITS Artists’ Gallery Sunriver 57100 Beaver Dr. 541-593-2127 • 541-593-8274 artistsgallerysunriver.com Featured artist Susan Harkness-Williams gladly takes her imagination with her everywhere that she roams. Her latest pieces, Happy I and II, are fine gourd art vessels that explode with color. A long time Sunriver resident, the artist plunges head first into mixed media creations of all types — masks, vessels and illustrated creations — with a style that is always evolving. Artwork by Susan Harkness-Williams Painter and ceramic artist Marjorie Cossairt always demonstrates an evolving style. Even with her two medias, the gallery’s visitors cannot get enough. Collectors of pottery pieces from Dori Kite will be pleased to hear that she expanded her studio this winter to include a new kiln which has allowed the artist to evolve her style. Fine art photographer Richard Frederick considers subject matter, light quality, creativity and a thorough technical understanding of the tools of the trade to produce his wonderful art photos. Frederick loves the gratification that he receives from creating a work of art that evokes a strong emotion in the viewer. At the gallery, visitors are compelled to stop and linger while contemplating the awe-inspiring landscapes and detailed still life scenes.

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Sunriver Resort Lodge - Betty Gray Gallery 17600 Center Dr. • 503-780-2828 • billyeturner@bendnet.com Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery shows the artwork of JM Brodrick,Kelly and Charlie Thiel and Artists of the 12” x 12” Exhibit in the upper gallery as well as artwork by Marjorie Wood Hamlin in the lower gallery. This exhibit continues through Labor Day in September. Kelly Thiel presents a new series of acrylic paintings entitled ABOUT FACE. The artworks continue her narrative of the female in large scale with a bright new palette. Charlie Thiel began photography studies at community college in Charleston, SC, under the tutelage of an exceptional teacher inspiring students to see the art of photography. Simultaneously, he viewed an article highlighting the world’s most acclaimed wedding photographers. Also appearing in the Sunriver summer show are some 28 paintings by 11 artists in the 12”x 12” Exhibit featuring unique small works all priced at $250. Also appearing on the lower level of the Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery are colorful, abstract oil paintings and photographs of Central Oregon by Marjorie Wood Hamlin, reviewed in the June issue of the Sunriver Scene. The Wooden Jewel Vista from Above by 57100 Beaver Dr. Marjorie Wood Hamlin 541-593-4151 info@thewoodenjewel.com • thewoodenjewel.com Resident artist Michael Bryant is a gifted sculptor with a long list of accolades. He carves wildlife, people and places from one solid pieces of fine wood. Michael does not use models or pictures only his personal vision from deep within. By incorporating innovative materials with her exceptional design sense, Sarah Graham creates jewelry that is unlike anything else: organic, textural, with a muted palette that is subtly feminine, yet substantial, unique, yet universal in its appeal.


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uly is a patriotic month and the Artists’ Gallery of Sunriver is all about red, white and blue and recognizing those that serve our wonderful country. Stop by the gallery for the monthly Second Saturday Celebration and hoist a glass or something yummy to eat to honor these great individuals. The party is on July 14 from 4 to 7pm. Since the gallery is open every day during the summer, please stop by and see what is new. Featured artists for the month of July are displaying some very notable pieces of art. Featured artist Susan Harkness-Williams gladly takes her imagination with her everywhere that she roams. Her latest pieces, Happy I and II, are fine gourd art vessels that explode with color. Each piece is created with eye catching mixed mediums, a sort of “secret sauce,” and the artist’s signature carving style. Susan always strives for statement pieces in her creations. She draws inspiration from archeology, nature and husband Dave. A long time Sunriver resident, the artist plunges head first into mixed media creations of all types — masks, vessels and illustrated creations — with a style that is always evolving. Painter and ceramic artist Marjorie Cossairt always demonstrates an evolving style. Even with her two medias, the gallery’s visitors cannot get enough. One of her newest pieces is an acrylic on canvas painting of running horses that is reminiscent of primitive drawings. The rich rust and turquoise hues of the piece set off the grey horses. Cossairt also offers up her more traditional watercolors of flora and fauna that have always been popular. Her smaller ceramic pieces with thoughtful words and beautiful glazes make wonderful gifts for anyone.

Collectors of pottery pieces from Dori Kite will be pleased to hear that she expanded her studio this winter to include a new kiln which has allowed the artist to evolve her style. Kite has been working on glazes and application for some time with the goal of creating a surface variation that is more like color in nature rather than the “flatter” commercial glazes. Her most recent inspiration, the beautiful Madras area landscape, is the basis of the fresh and fabulous greens, rich earth tones and subtle yellows and golds found in her newest pieces. The new kiln provides Kite with the means to capture the palette of colors that evoke the landscapes that inspire her. Her old “standby” tools — an old soap measuring cup, a ketchup bottle, ear syringe and a rubber basting brush and her fingers — allow Kite to pour, dunk, squeeze and atomize her way to some truly unique and beautiful pieces. Fine art photographer Richard Frederick considers subject matter, light quality, creativity and a thorough technical understanding of the tools of the trade to produce his wonderful art photos. However, what really compels the artist is knowing that a scene becomes a historic record at the instant the shutter is released. He chooses subjects that are provided by nature, have historical significance and can reveal a way of life. Frederick loves the gratification that he receives from creating a work of art that evokes a strong emotion in the viewer. At the gallery, visitors are compelled to stop and linger while contemplating the awe-inspiring landscapes and detailed still life scenes. Pieces can be custom printed in sizes that will meet a collector’s specific needs. artistsgallerysunriver.com Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018 31


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The Swimmer by Kelly Thiel

Morning at Edo Palace by JM Brodrick

Poling into the River by Charlie Thiel

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unriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery shows the artwork of JM Brodrick, Kelly and Charlie Thiel and Artists of the 12” x 12” Exhibit in the upper gallery as well as artwork by Marjorie Wood Hamlin in the lower gallery. This exhibit continues through Labor Day in September. Kelly Thiel presents a new series of acrylic paintings entitled ABOUT FACE. The artworks continue her narrative of the female in large scale with a bright new palette. She notes, “Looking back at my feelings, I can see my readiness for a big shift in my work.” The artist identifies several sources of inspiration for the new palette of energetic pinks, oranges and blue – warmer weather, a colorful art retreat on the Oregon Coast, and memories of childhood beach vacations. Theil’s resume lists numerous national and group shows, including invitationals, exhibiting both her ceramic sculpture and paintings. The noted artist leads workshops on both east and west coasts and recently began showing her work in the United Kingdom. Following her move with husband, Charlie Thiel, and children to Bend in 2014, she and her cofounder opened a new co-working studio, The Wilds. Her personal studio is there as well as studios and workstations for other creatives, fostering the art community in Oregon. Charlie Thiel began photography studies at community college in Charleston, SC, under the tutelage of an exceptional teacher inspiring students to see the art of photography. Simultaneously, he viewed an article highlighting the world’s most acclaimed wedding photographers. Realizing an excellent creative opportunity, he volunteered to assist some of these noted artists, learning to shoot weddings while continuing his studies. Throughout all, he developed considerable skill, beginning a career in wedding/commercial photography. Upon moving to Bend, he worked in commercial photography, also pursuing additional business interests. Continuing to “love photography”, Theil readily accepted the opportunity to travel with fellow photographers (of a non-profit studio) to Laos to teach adult students. Their Laotian students included “two Buddhist monk novices, several women (in a culture not prioritizing educating/empowering women), and other young men, some with families of their own.” The goal was to provide these locals with camera gear, skills and training, assisting them to develop marketable photography skills and the opportunity to create income. All worked in conjunction with a non-profit, public library based in a UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang. With Buddhist monasteries throughout region, each morning at dawn, monks formed a procession though town to receive alms, usually rice balls. Many of these monks used the bordering Mekong River for travel. Tourists crowded much of the monks’ procession, but Thiel found that “by following monks back to the river, I could capture moments which were both everyday and exotic.” Photographs from his experience now appear at Sunriver Lodge through Labor Day in September. Thiel notes “…having the opportunity to share my photography skills with adult students who crave knowledge and to know that those skills may help them provide an income for their families transformed the trip for me. Not only was I able to absorb the beauty of Luang Prabang, I was able to give something back to people hungry to learn.” The artist’s images from this experience are unique, colorful, and, with the artist’s commentary, endearing. Also appearing in the Sunriver summer show are some 28 paintings by 11 artists in the 12”x 12” Exhibit featuring unique small works all priced at $250. Also appearing on the lower level of the Sunriver Resort Lodge Betty Gray Gallery are colorful, abstract oil paintings and photographs of Central Oregon by Marjorie Wood Hamlin, reviewed in the June issue of the Sunriver Scene. Billye Turner curates exhibitions for the Sunriver Resort Lodge gallery. For information, please contact her at 503.780.2828 or billyeturner@bendnet.com. The gallery is open all hours.


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Sunriver Art Fair Offers Art and Music

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hat could be better than fine art, sunshine and great music? In this the ninth year of the Sunriver Art Fair, we are proud to announce our exciting entertainment lineup playing throughout the weekend of August 10-12. While checking out all the juried fine artists’ booths, you’ll be entertained by some of Central Oregon’s best musicians. Enjoy the background music or take a moment to sit in the shade and listen to one of these outstanding bands. On Friday, August 10, come and enjoy Central Oregon’s sweetheart, Lindy Gravelle, with her blend of witty originals and popular folk rock, the ever popular Hawaiian songster/storyteller, Bill Keale, and bluegrass from the Bittercreek Band. Saturday, August 11 lineup includes the Notables Swing

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Band with Betty Berger, Two Thirds Trio for some easy listening jazz and Burnin’ Moonlight for a little bit of everything. Enjoy your Sunday morning coffee with the smooth sounds of Franchot Tone followed the lively musical antics of the Summit Express Jazz Band. What a full slate of wonderful music. Come and dance with the whole family on Saturday evening to your favorites by the Beatles tribute band, Juju Eyeball. All this fabulous entertainment along with 75 juried artist booths, personable artists who love to discuss their work, a Children’s Art Activity Center and raffle drawings will keep the Village at Sunriver hopping from Friday through Sunday. Mark your calendar now and make plans to bring family and friends. sunriverartfair.com

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ill musically talented Sunriver youth get the support they need to become world-class artists? For more than two decades, that question has been the driving force behind Sunriver Music Festival’s “Festival Faire,” a magical evening of music, fine dining and auction fun to support the Festival’s Young Artists Scholarship program. “We just awarded over $39,000 in scholarships to 26 students and Festival Faire is the biggest source of income to support this amazing program,” explains executive director Pam Beezley. “Over half a million dollars in scholarships have been award in 23 years thanks to hundreds of Central Oregon residents that believe in music education.” This year’s gala event is celebrating the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, one of America’s greatest artists. The evening takes place at Sunriver Resort’s historic Great Hall on Sunday, July 15. Starting at 4:30pm, you will enjoy a hosted happy hour, fine wines, an elegant dinner prepared exclusively by Sunriver Resort awardwinning chefs and music provided by three of the 2018 Young Artists Scholarship winners. All proceeds from Festival Faire directly support the Festival’s Bernstein Celebration Season and Young Artists Scholarships. Tickets are $100 per person. A great way to enrich your experience is to host a table for friends or business associates. Tables of 8 or 10 can easily be reserved. For complete information on Festival Faire email information@sunrivermusic.org, visit the festival’s website www.sunrivermusic.org or call the office 541-593-9310. Oregon’s Only Arts Magazine Since 1995 | July 2018 33


23rd Annual!

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& Art Show Friday, August 10 – 5 to 8pm: Art Show Open House & Refreshments Saturday, August 11 – 10am to 3pm: Art Show and Country Fair Art show & sale featuring recognized Northwest artists, plus an old-fashioned Country Fair for the whole family. This outstanding collection of original art work is available for sale. All proceeds are donated to community support agencies.

The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration

68825 Brooks Camp Road, Sisters Just off Hwy 242 Info: 541-549-7087

SISTERS OUTDOOR QUILT SHOW™

The Men Behind The Quilts fundraiser Calendar Preview & Quilt Auction July 11 • 6-8:30pm

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July 1-15 Participating Businesses Hours Downtown Sisters Self-guided walking tours of over 100 quilts

TICKETS: 541-549-0989 SistersOutdoorQuiltShow.org SistersOutdoorQuiltShow.org

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Denise McGregor Book Release Party at Paulina Springs Books

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ennis McGregor is an illustrator, designer, songwriter and musician. He’s also a children’s author, and You Stole My Name, his second book, landed in Sisters a couple of weeks ago, after many months of anticipation. It’s now available at Paulina Springs Books. Sisters Gallery and Frame Shop, in conjunction with Paulina Springs Books, is hosting an official Book Release Party during the July 27 Fourth Friday Art Stroll, from 4-7pm. McGregor will be signing books at the book store and prints at the gallery. They are adjacent to each other at 252 W. Hood Ave. in Sisters. You Stole My Name is a children’s coffee-table book, but adults seem to be just as crazy about it. The book began innocently enough a few years ago, when McGregor painted a turtle climbing on a fence. Just for the heck of it, he put a bird on said fence, and realized that the bird was a turtle dove. “How did a bird that looks nothing like a turtle get named after one?” he wondered. That led to the greater question about what other members of the animal kingdom shared their names – and one painting followed after another. Eventually, McGregor had enough for a book that stars CatFish, RhinocerosBeetle, TurkeyVulture and the cover duo, BullFrog. Inspired by these unlikely pairings, he wrote verses to accompany the paintings, and eventually titled the whole shebang, You Stole My Name. “Sales are booming,” said McGregor. “I fulfilled the Kickstarter orders for nearly 800 books, and people are loving it! If you look at my Facebook page, I am showing a strange phenomenon where people are photographing their kids with the book, and sending me the photos,” he said, rushing out the door to play a gig at a local organic farm. “I’m loving it!” “We are so excited to get the book,” said Cynthia Claridge, co-owner of the bookstore. “People visit the gallery, see the paintings, and come next door for the book,” she said. “In fact, I’ve purchased five copies – one for each of my own grandchildren.” You can see and purchase original paintings, prints and note cards at Sisters Gallery and Frame Shop, and books at Paulina Springs Books. Art and music are also available at dennismcgregor.com. As for the man himself, he continues to seek a perfect balance between music, painting, and working the land he owns near Sisters.

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he 43rd Annual Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show themed Creative Trails will be held Saturday, July 14 from 9am-4 pm in Downtown Sisters. More than 1,200 quilts on display in the largest outdoor quilt show in the world. Free to attend. Vincent Van Gogh Cherrywood Fabric Challenge Saturday, July 14, 9am-4pm, Sisters Firehouse. Donations suggested. 2018 Poster Creative Trails by Paul Alan Bennett Artist Paul Alan Bennett will be available from noon until 2pm to sign your copy of the 2018 Quilt Show poster. Paul attended the Maryland Institute of Art for his BFA and received his MA from the University of La Verne, Athens, Greece. His awards are numerous and his work resides at the University of Eastern Oregon and also at Central Oregon Community College. In 2006, Pendleton Woolen Mills produced 16 of his images as tapestries. Paul’s style often uses paint to copy a knit look. Knitting and weaving are common to all cultures so this look lent itself well to incorporating much of his interests in travel, folk art and art history. 2018 Quilt Walk Kick Off Sunday, July 8, noon to 4pm presented by Clearwater Gallery Sunday, July 15, 9am-3pm Valori Wells: 20 Years and 40 Collections—Tapping into Creativity Quilt display for your self-guided tour. Sunday lecture, 9am, $35, FivePine Conference Center.

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SISTERS EXHIBITS Canyon Creek Pottery 310 North Cedar St. • 541-390-2449 • canyoncreekpotteryllc.com Fine handmade pottery by Kenneth G. Merrill made in Sisters. Clearwater Art Gallery 303 West Hood • 541-549-4994 • theclearwatergallery.com 4th Friday Art Stroll, Navajo rugs, jewelry and baskets made 50 or 100 years ago, prevalent in museums and Native American Antique Galleries, need to be regarded as representing people of a former time. Cowgirls & Indians Resale 160 SW Oak St. • 541-549-6950 Gently used Western wear, art and furniture. Art by M. Barbera Bronze, Ed Morgan, William F. Reese, Heinie Hartwig originals, Native American baskets and jewelry, buying Native American jewelry and artworks. Hood Avenue Art info@hoodavenueart.com • 541-719-1800 Patricia Freeman-Martin and Jeff and Heather Thompson are featured artists July 27, 4-7pm, Fourth Friday Art Stroll Sisters at Hood Avenue Art Gallery. Freeman-Martin’s mixed media fiber art and landscape paintings harmonize with the vibrant colors of Jeff Thompson’s exquisite handblown glass vessels, animals, and wall pieces. Join us for our artists reception with live music and free refreshments. Sign up for the Quick Draw! Exhibit runs July 25-August 20. Ken Scott’s Imagination Gallery 222 West Hood Ave. • 541-912-0732 Ice Fire, hand-blown glass by Jeff & Heather Thompson Scott’s fabulous designs in metal prompt imagination and

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admiration, wide ranging decor with hints of other, more romantic eras, to a decidedly whirlwind love affair with the future. The Jewel 221 West Cascade Ave. • 541-549-9388 Ongoing exhibit, jewelry by Mary Jo Weiss. Jill’s Wild (tasteful!) Women Showroom 183 E Hood Ave. • 541-617-6078 • jillnealgallery.com Artwork, cards, giftware and ceramics. Sisters Gallery & Frame Shop 252 W Hood Ave. • 541-549-9552 • sistersgallery.com Gallery open 11am-5pm daily, Sundays by appointment. Custom framing and photo restoration. Featuring creative work by Oregon photographers and artists Curtiss Abbott, Gary Albertson, J. Chester Armstrong, Paul Alan Bennett, Wendy Birnbaum, Candace Bruguier, Antonia Carriere, Jan Hanson, Jennifer Hartwig, Vicki Hodge, Norma Holmes, Ann Grossnickle, Kimry Jelen, Carol Grigg, Dennis McGregor, Laurie SantaMaria, Dennis Schmidling, Jodi Schneider, Pat Siegner and Caroline Stratton-Crow. Studio Redfield 183 East Hood Ave. • 541-588-6332 Featuring hand-painted tiles ceramics, art cards, jewelry, abstract paintings and impressionistic landscapes, hand-painted mugs, bright decorative ceramics, wire baskets, tiled end tables. Paintings by Randy Redfield and original handpainted tile by Kibak Tile. The Porch 243 N Elm St. • 541-549-3287 • theporch-sisters.com Featuring Casey Gardner’s acrylic paintings. Twigs Fiber Arts Gallery 311 W. Cascade St. • 541-549-6061 Featured Artist for August is Katie Dumolt with her exhibit Reef. May 2017 marked the end of the longest and most severe global coral reef bleaching (of three ever documented). Learning about this bleaching drove me to create a series of quilts inspired by the biodiversity of coral reefs. Much like a rainforest of the ocean, coral reefs are home to the largest range of known living organisms in the ocean; if that home is destroyed so are the gorgeous creatures you see before you. All of the quilts have recycled or reused materials to reduce waste from reaching the reefs we wish to protect. Part of the By Katie Dumolt proceeds will be donated to the Coral Reef Alliance to help restore these beautiful habitats.

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These metal framed lounge chairs are creating a relaxing atmosphere in a Palm Desert home. Each wire rod was wrapped with cane before any weaving began. Takes Patience! Tremendously thoughtful, these clients are sharing ideas of future successful careers with our 4-H club members and have provided fabrics for projects. This business truly is all about the people. Redmond, Oregon 541-923-6603 Call to discuss your project and pricing.


CENTRAL OREGON EXHIBITS Madras / Warm Springs The Museum at Warm Springs 2189 U.S. 26 • 541-553-3331 • museumatwarmsprings.org Tribal members demonstrate & share family heirlooms.

Prineville A.R. Bowman Memorial Museum 246 N Main St. • 541-447-3715 • bowmanmuseum.org Open Tuesday thru Friday, 10am-5pm, Saturdays 11am-4pm. Ponderosa Pine Capital of the World exhibit anchors the new exhibit space in the expanded museum. It includes The Woods & The Mill, two full size areas that highlight the workers, tools & history of the trade. Native American exhibit brings history of the people & land of Crook County.

Redmond/Terrebonne The Art of Alfred A. Dolezal Eagle Crest Resort, 7525 Falcon Crest Dr., Ste. 100 • 541-526-1185 alfreddolezal.com • artofaad@yahoo.com • Daily, 10am–5pm Original oils, reproductions, classes, gift shop. The eclectic paintings of Austrian artist, Alfred A. Dolezal combine illuminant colors with alternative visions of reality. These contemporary oils on canvas examine the deeper meaning of life & tell a human interest story. Combining profound messages with thought-provoking imagery & evocative symbolism, they are much more than a painting. Come see why we were awarded the 2017 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor & are now ranked #2 of things to do in our area. Maragas Winery Lattavo Gallery 15523 SW Hwy. 97, Culver • 541-546-5464 • maragaswinery.com The caricature art adorning the bottles of Maragas wines was created by Doug Maragas’ mother, Joanne Lattavo, in the late ‘50s & early ‘60s. Joanne was an accomplished oil painter with a renowned art gallery. Redmond Senior Center 325 NW Dogwood • 541-548-6325 Quilt Show. The Common Threads quilt club are exhibiting their quilts that they have designed for and plan to donated to the local Head Start Program.   Head Start is a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services program for early childhood education, health and nutrition for low income children. The quilter’s efforts will be much appreciated.” St. Charles Hospital Redmond, 1253 NW Canal Blvd. • 541-548-8131 Rotating local artists.

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CALL TO ART SUNRIVER LIBRARY EXHIBIT Call for art for the upcoming Summer Library Exhibit. Artists may submit one or two pieces in any medium, expressing the theme of Still Life. Artwork must be at least 16 by 20 inches framed (except for canvases). Artwork can be turned in to the Hutchinson Room, at the downtown Library, between 4-5:30pm on Wednesday, July 11. Email Laurel Francis at laurelfrancis@ gmail.com with any questions. UUFCO ART RESOURCE TEAM The UUFCO Art Resource Team invites artists to submit up to three digital images for consideration in the upcoming exhibit, Just Painting: All About Color. The exhibit will be hung in Linus Pauling Gallery and will run from August 5 to October 7. Acceptable media may include oil paint, watercolor, acrylic, encaustic, enamel, soft pastel and alcohol inks. Deadline for submissions is July 15. Please, send request for a contract, questions, and digital images to Show Chair, Susan Carr at sbc8@me.com or call 717-201-1712. HOOD AVENUE ART Hood Avenue Art gallery in Sisters is taking applications for local, Central Oregon, working artist members. Two and three dimensions, all media. Please contact the gallery for more information regarding the juried application process and member requirements. 357 W. Hood Avenue, Sisters, 541-7191800, info@hoodavenueart.com. SISTERS FOLK FESTIVAL Sisters Folk Festival, Inc. is looking to hire a dynamic person to fill a key role in the organization – Education Program Manager. The education program manager is responsible for assisting the creative director in execution of SFF educational programming and event production in accordance with the vision and strategic direction of the Sisters Folk Festival organization. The position is half-time and includes support for the annual Sisters Folk Festival and integration with school programs and events. “The education program manager will play a key role in executing the programs of Sisters Folk Festival and providing the support needed to sustain and grow those programs in the schools and community. This dynamic person

will join the organization at an important time, with our Studio to School initiative still in place, programming growth in the schools, and plans for our capital campaign,” says Creative Director Brad Tisdel. The position description and application information are available at www. sistersfolkfestival.org/join-the-sff-team. Applications are requested by July 16. Please direct any questions about the position to Brad Tisdel at Brad@ sistersfolkfestival.org. For more information about Sisters Folk Festival visit sistersfolkfestival.org BEND ART CENTER Bend Art Center extends calls to local, regional, national and international artists for juried exhibitions in printmaking and book arts. Bend Art Center plans roughly ten exhibits per year, and organizes a mix of juried, themed exhibits and exhibits specifically dedicated to showcasing our Bend Art Center Artist Members. EDMONDS, WASHINGTON Mural Project Edmonds, a subcommittee of Art Walk Edmonds, has just released its first Call for Muralists. Mural Project Edmonds seeks qualified muralists or muralist teams to design and create exterior murals for a series of locations in downtown Edmonds. The artwork will enhance the overall character and atmosphere of the downtown core and support a welcoming environment. The design of each mural should take into consideration the location of the wall, the architecture of the structure, the viewing angles of the surface and the impact on the surrounding area. For Phase 1, three possible locations for new mural installations have been identified, but only two murals will be chosen for the summer of 2018, with a projected completion deadline of September 30. The three locations are the northeast corner of 5th Ave and Main St (Sound Styles wall); the east facing wall of the building housing The Mar.Ket, fishmonger and eatery located at 508 Main St, and the east facing wall on the alley of the building housing Comstock Jewelers at 411 Main St. Deadline for submittal is July 9. Muralists can find details and directions for submittal at www.muralprojectedmonds.org.

New Perspective for July

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ocus on the project at hand on the 1st and be willing to put your own spin on it. Conversations could be challenging over the next few days as you establish new boundaries. A deeper understanding of the situation on the 5th makes it easier for you to let go of control. Let everyone do their own thing and you do yours. Good ideas on the 8th lead to manifestation by the 11th. The New Moon on the 12th asks you to be honest about how you feel. Decisions made on the 13th are well received and supported. An awkward feeling on the 16th could simply because you are out of your element. Choose to use extra patience until the 22nd and you will benefit from your choice in many ways.

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Be open to changing your mind on the 25th as you realize a change of direction may be needed. The Full Moon on the 27th will brings a celebration that could ripple out for the remainder of the month. Trust the choices that you are making and move forward with enthusiasm. Love and Light Always, Eileen Lock Clairvoyant Astrologer / Spiritual Medium 1471 NW Newport Ave., Bend, Oregon 97703 541-389-1159 • eileenlock.freeservers.com • oneheartministry.freeservers.com Listen for the song in your heart, find the melody and dance to the music.


THE THREE AMIGOS Tower Theatre 8pm • towertheatre.org

JACKSON BROWNE Les Schwab Amphitheater 6:30pm • bendconcerts.com

BEND FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK Downtown Bend & Old Mill District cascadeae.com

SHERYL CROW Les Schwab Amphitheater 7pm • bendconcerts.com

ARTISTS IN ACTION ART TALK Tumalo Art Co. 11am • tumaloartco.com

THE DECEMBERISTS Les Schwab Amphitheater 6:30pm • bendconcerts.com

SISTERS OUTDOOR QUILT SHOW Downtown Sisters 9am • sistersoutdoorquiltshow.org

SFF SUMMER CONCERT: MICHAEL CLEVELAND & FLAMEKEEPER Fir Street Park 6:30pm • sistersfolkfestival.org

2ND SATURDAY ARTIST'S RECEPTION Artists' Gallery Sunriver 4pm • artistsgallerysunriver.com

NEWBERRY EVENT DiamondStone in La Pine newberryevent.com

SUNRIVER MUSIC FESTIVAL'S FESTIVAL FAIRE Sunriver Resort's Historic Great Hall 4:30PM • sunrivermusic.org

A6 STUDIO SALE Bend Art Center 10am on July 28 & 12pm on July 29 bendartcenter.org

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painting • photography • WISE WOMEN EMERGING WORKSHOP 2nd Saturday of each month; 1-5pm Gathering of women accessing and expressing soul wisdom through mixed media collage journaling. No experience necessary. Please contact Mattie at 541-610-2677; swany139@hotmail.com for more information or to register $10 - $20, plus $12 for journal ARTISTS’ GALLERY SUNRIVER VILLAGE Call to reserve all workshop spaces. Children 12 and up if accompanied by an adult. Sunriver Village Building 19 541-593-4382 www.artistsgallerysunriver.com Sip & Paint with Bonnie Junell July 12, 4-6pm Subject: Koi Fish. Mix painting, friends, drinks and chocolates for a memorable evening. No experience needed. All supplies included. $45 Decorate a ‘Mini Me’ Clay Figure with artist, Janet Akers July 16, 4:30-7:30pm You are welcome to bring your own pictures, paints or bling. All supplies included. $45 Hand Stencil a Custom Kitchen Towel with artist, Joanne Walch July 18, 5:30-7:30pm Subject: Vintage Rooster Joanne Walch has revived antique stencil designs more than 100 years old and creates colorful home accessories with Heritage Stencils. $35 Create Resin Mosaic Ornaments with mosaic artist, Jesica Carleton July 20, 5-7pm All materials provided. $45 Create Clay & Found Object Animals (2) with Janet Akers July 23, 5:30-7:30pm All materials provided. $45

Art Workshops • printmaking • watercolor Micro-Mosaic Jewelry with artist, Jesica Carleton July 27, 5-7pm Create two micro-mosaic pendants. All materials provided. $45

your own beverage. Class location is Hood Avenue Art. Contact gallery with payment to secure a seat. Instructors JoAnn Burgess and Kathleen Keliher bring years of experience to teaching; both exhibit regularly at Hood Avenue Art. $45, materials included

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR: Silas Thompson Workshop Oil February 26-28, 2019

JACQUELINE NEWBOLD Watercolor and Art Journaling Workshop in Provence, France May 10-17, 2019 Join Jacqueline Newbold on an artistic journey of creative expression! Our home base will be a charming medieval village in Provence, France as we have fun painting and creating art in our watercolor journals. You will learn to incorporate watercolor and mixedmedia techniques as we spend a magical time together exploring the area, rich with sights, sounds, and colors — all wonderful inspiration for developing your artistic eye. Our host will be frenchescapade.com. They will provide many delicious meals cooked by a French chef and transportation to painting sites. We will stay in a charming hotel with a little river meandering through the garden, an outside swimming pool, a hot tub, and a riverside terrace bar all surrounded by impressive mountains. This workshop is available for all levels — beginners and experienced artists are all invited to come along on this delightful trip! Please visit my website to learn more: www.newboldart.com, or email newbold0505@bendbroadband.com.

Debora Stewart Pastel and Mixed Media May 13-17, 2019

SAGEBRUSHERS ART SOCIETY 541-617-0900 • sagebrushersartofbend.com All classes held at 117 SW Roosevelt Ave., Bend.

Ted Nuttall Painting the Figure from Photographs Watercolor June 3-7, 2019

Your Muse of Creative Fires Two-Day Workshop with Sepha Nisbet July 28-29, 10am-4pm Experience the magic of Intentional Creativity and celebrate your muse in this adventure with paint. For more information and registration visit www.sephanisbetartist.com $185, all supplies included

CASCADE FINE ART WORKSHOPS Contact Sue Manley, 541-408-5524 www.cascadefineartworkshops.com info@cascadefineartworkshops.com Colley Whisson Impressionism in Action, Plein Air & Studio Workshop Oil, Pastel & Acrylic welcome, instruction & demos in oil August 26-29 14 students minimum/15 students max $675 Mary Marquiss Florals in Watercolor October 1-3 12 students minimum/16 students max $445

HOOD AVENUE ART 357 W. Hood Avenue, Sisters 541-719-1800 • www.hoodavenueart.com info@hoodavenueart.com Introduction to Pastel, Pastels & Wine with JoAnn Burgess & Kathleen Keliher July 17, 4-6:30pm The class will cover pastel types and explore different types of pastel, various surfaces and techniques. This is a great opportunity to try pastels for the first time or to refresh your relationship with pastel painting. Bring

Chinese Brush Painting Drop-In Classes with Michelle Oberg Fridays, July 20, 27, 12:30-2:30pm Classes will include traditional techniques and fun forms of painting with ink and watercolor on rice paper. For more information contact Michelle at michelleoberg39@gmail.com $5 for members, $10 for nonmembers

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